Throne of Grace (Cliff Walk Courtships, #1)

Throne of Grace (Cliff Walk Courtships, #1) Had Me Riveted From Page One Interviews ReviewsNewport, Rhode Island In The Last Decades Of The Nineteenth Century Was A Stunningly Beautiful And Glamorous Playground For The Rich During The Summer Months, And A Perfect Setting For A Romance Between A Rich Young Man From New York City And A Local Girl Who Works For His Family The Two Couldn T Possibly Expect To Have Anything In Common, As He Is Expected To Follow His Father In A Financial Career And She Is Merely A Maid With A Mother Who Takes Care Of Local Children While Their Parents Work Arthur Davenport, Spoiled And Bored, Unsure Of His Place In His Family And In The Eyes Of God, Truly Meets His Match In Josie Warren, Who Is Often Just A Bit Hard On Herself For Not Being The Perfect Christian In Thought As Well As Deed The Two Meet On The Famous Cliff Walk, And Neither Of Them Can Imagine Where Or How Their Instant Attraction Will Take Them As He Struggles To Makes His Parents Understand That His Calling Is The Same As Hers, To Help Those Less Fortunate He Has No Money Of His Own, And If They Disinherit Him Out Of Disapproval, How Can He Help Josie, Who Has Spent Her Life Working Hard To Help Support Herself And Her Mother More Importantly, How Can He Convince Her That He Would Gladly Give Up His Life Of Luxury Just To Be With Her Throne of Grace is one of the only Christian romance novels I have read I saw it was free on , and I decided I might as well pick up a different type of book The book is sweet and simple, if I m putting it lightly The historical aspect made it seem so much sweeter than I expected it to be, and to be honest I didn t mind the religion aspect of it I didn t find it to be in your face , which was a pleasant surprise I found the relationship to build up a little quickly, but that isThrone of Grace is one of the only Christian romance novels I have read I s
Christian romantic fiction.This novel is quaint and a reminder of a simpler time Arthur is a rich boy who comes to faith whilst travelling abroad He returns to his family home and meets Josie, a maid working in his household, who also has a strong Christian faith They develop a friendship based on a shared interest in helping the poor However, his parents are horrified and her widowed mother is wary The class attitudes and behaviour for the period late 1800 s are well defined The serious Christian romantic fiction.This novel is quaint and a reminder of a simpler time Arthur is a rich boy who comes to faith whilst travelling abroad He returns to his family home and meets Josie, a maid working in his household, who also has a strong Chr
I won t ask for the moon just yet, but that doesn t mean I don t hope for it I love historical romances, christian not so much But this one, this one really undid me I loved every single word of it Cecily s writing is realistic and I could
You can read my review and other s reviews of the first two books here I received this book from the author for my honest review through the Christians Only Review Group This is a beautiful Christian historical romance with so muchsubstance throughout the book I loved it I cannot wait to start the next book in the series I will be starting it soon It was also gifted to me from the author for my honest review But back to Throne of Grace, it kept my interest all through I always wanted to know what was going to happen next The romance between Arthur and I received this book from the author for my honest review through the Christians Only Review Group This is a beautiful Christian historical romance with so muchsubstance throughout the book I loved it I cannot wait to start the next book in the series I will be starting it soon It was also gifted to me from the author for my honest review But back to Throne of Grace, it kept my interest all through I always wanted to know what was going to happen next The romance between Arthur and Josie was so sweet I loved the extra twist of her mother finding happiness as well And also, all the fuss between Arthur and his parents, because it was how the times were at that time between different statuses of people And though we still have some of that still lingering in our time, because it will never completely be gone, I m glad, all in all, it s behind us Notrying to marry your children off to someone of wealthy status and there s no love between
I love historical romances and, although I do not read book with religious influences, I must say that Throne of Grace did not disappoint Set in 1893, we meet Josie, a young woman who works for the Davenport household She is very Christian and is always guided by the word of God When she meets Arthur, she falls in love with the man and his ideals.Arthur Davenport returns home from Europe and upon meeting Josie, he immediately feels attracted to her As usual, a rich son needs to follow the fo I love historical romances and, although I do not read book with religious influences, I must say that Throne of Grace did not disappoint Set in 1893, we meet Josie, a young woman who works for the Davenport household She is very Christian and is always guided by th
This is a clean, christian romance With a heavy christian message.It s 1893, and Josie is a maid at the Davenport residence Josie is young and wants to follow the word of the lord and trusts him to guide her Her character is very believable for the time period She s mature and handles situations with class Arthur Davenport comes back from his travels in Europe and runs into Josie They instantly have a connection But there is a huge problem Josie is a maid and Arthur a rich son who is ex This is a clean, christian romance With a heavy christian message.It s 1893, and Josie is a maid at the Davenport residence Josie is young and wants to follow the word of the lord and trusts him to guide her Her character is very believable for the time period She s mature and handles situations with class Arthur Davenport comes back from his travels in Europe and runs into Josie They instantly have a connection But there is a huge problem Josie is a maid and Arthur a rich son who is expected to marry someone of his own standing He is also expected to follow his father s foots
When I read the description of author Cecily Wolfe s book Throne of Grace it sparked my interest from the beginning as I m a romantic at heart and I love watching and reading about historical romances I wasn t disappointed This is definitely a story that presents the grace of God There is so much Godly instruction and wisdom immersed throughout this book Our main character s Arthur and Josie are socially and economical
4.5 Stars A sweet romance This is my first ever historical Christian Romance I was worried at first as I wasn t sure that I would get into it So, I took some time and decided to read the first fifty pages in one sitting It was worth it Something that I wasn t sure that I would like, evoked emotions of innocent times, sweetness, arranged marriages and school I remembered reading Austen and Bronte at school in English Literature Those were probably the authors that pushed my love for literat 4.5 Stars A sweet romance This is my first ever historical Christian Romance I was worried at first as I wasn t sure that I would get into it So, I took some time and decided to read the first fifty pages in one sitting It was worth it Something that I wasn t sure that I would like, evoked emotions of innocent times, sweetness, arranged marriages and school I remembered reading Austen and Bronte at school in
The story, set in 1893, dealt with the differences between the classes in those days This is an interesting topic for me and the Author addressed the subject matter with clarity and efficiency throughout the novel All the characters were completely believable and both Arthur and Josey, the main characters, were completely lovable I connected with them emotionally and routed for them as they faced opposition to their future together.I have awarded 5 stars to reflect the fact that I thoroughly The story, set in 1893, dealt with the differences between the classes in those days This is an interesting topic for me and the Author addressed the subject matter with clarity and efficiency throughout the novel All the characters were completely believable and both Arthur and Josey, the main characters, were completely lovable I connected with them emotionally and routed for them as they fa